Have we reached a point where fresh elections are the only option?
A stark exposition of the conditions of women prisoners in Pakistan and a brave teenager’s remarkable personal struggle
The habit of denial has found a permanent place in the minds of Pakistanis.
Students have to be won over with love and affection instead of being hounded.
The PML-N and PTI can claim overwhelming support in very few localities.
That the draft of an ordinance designed to strangulate the press was indeed prepared has been confirmed.
Unnecessary US-bashing will embolden friends of terrorist groups to openly challenge the state.
Pakistan continues to attract harsh notices from international organisations.
The anti-democratic Articles 62 and 63 figure prominently in the bill.
Schoolchildren in Pakistan and India want to give peace a chance.
Why should the minorities alone celebrate Aug 11 with reference to the Quaid’s speech?
No system can realise its potential if it is as frequently disrupted as has happened in Pakistan.
The guessing game became livelier when the court started hearings on the JIT report.
It is time serious students of politics pondered the state’s distaste for democratic practices.
How far have we respected Jinnah’s ideal of friendship with all and malice towards none?
Citizens see in the services’ corruption proof that the state thrives by looting what belongs to the people.
July 5 marks the 40th anniversary of the 1977 military coup which brought General Ziaul Haq into power.
The key to sportsmanship is treatment of sport as an essential cultural diversion.
Efforts to trifle with the independent status of the NCHR smack of mala fide intentions.
Mazhar Ali Khan’s career shows how literary and journalistic talent was suppressed by authoritarian rulers.